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April, 2007

  • Windows PowerShell Blog

    Feedback Request: What language do you use to write Cmdlets?

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    Hello everyone. I’m the programming writer for the PowerShell developer audience and I would like to know what language you use to write cmdlets. This is a very unscientific survey, yet getting your replies will help me decide how to add VB.NET and C...
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    Active Directory Cmdlets

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    More great cmdlets from our partners. Quest Software , known for its ActiveRoles Server and PowerGUI , is offering its new Active Directory cmdlets to the community free of charge. To get them, click: PowerShell Cmdlets for Active Directory . ...
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    Controlling the Scope of Variables

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    < Wizard Warning – this topic is for wizards. Non-wizards may get confused or hurt themselves.> PowerShell is …. well … powerful. I don't think most people have picked up on exactly how powerful it really is. There is nothing wrong with that...
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    How to tell if you are driving behind Snover

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    See attached I told you I loved PowerShell... :-) Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft...
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    PowerShell Training

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    PowerShell had a really big presence at MMS2007. There was a good presence at the exhibition center with a number of vendors demonstrating their PowerShell support. We had a good number of dedicated sessions and it was include in quite a few of the other...
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    Fun with Paths

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    Jeffrey wrote a great post for wizards about the scope of variables in PowerShell, so to maintain balance, I thought I'd weigh in with one for newbies. (Although, to be honest, Jeffrey's description is clear enough for the rest of us.) There are...
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    Longhorn Server TAP presentation

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    A few weeks ago, Kenneth Hansen gave a presentation at the Longhorn Server TAP meeting here in Redmond. Attached are his slides and demo scripts. These are pretty useful if you want to give an overview presentation about PowerShell. BTW - Some people...
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    MMS 2007: BOF Transcript

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    <Sorry for the delay on this one> Greg Ramsey and I did a BOF session on scripting and we created a transcript of the demo session which I have attached to this entry. Please note that we forgot to start the transcript at the beginnning of the...
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    Windows Installer Cmdlets

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    Heath Stewart as recently released a beta of some very cool and useful cmdlets to access WIndows Installer information. It is a very small number of commands that are easy to get your head around and it is quite useful so you should take sometime and...
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    PowerShell Integrated with Windows WorkFlow

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    Danny Kim, the CTO of Full Armor, has a great 7 minute demo of PowerShell integrated into Windows Workflow up on the DFO Show HERE . He then creates and runs a workflow which takes a CSV file containing a set of WebSites that he wants to create of a set...
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    FullArmor Workflow Studio

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    The MMS 2007 audience at Jeffrey's Advanced PowerShell Scripting talk on Friday got a double treat -- Windows PowerShell instruction by Jeffrey Snover, and an amazing demo of FullArmor's new Workflow Studio by its developer, FullArmor CTO Danny Kim. ...
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